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|NASA Connect - WFS - Algebra and Arrays - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect segment exploring how algebra and arrays are used in NASA's activities. The segment also explains voltage, current, amp, and resistance.
Keywords: NASA Connect; Algebra; Array; Amp; Volt; Current; Charge; Ohms; Electricity; Icarus Satellite; Battery; Amperes; Resistance
|NASA Connect - WFS - Electromagnetism Activity - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect segment involving students in an online activity that investigates a physics module on electricity and magnetism. The activity studies static charge, moving charge, voltage, resistance, and current.
Keywords: NASA Connect; Electricity; Magnetism; Electromagnetism; Amp; Volt; Current; Charge; Ohms; Resistance; Student Activity
|NASA Why? Files - Lightning - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Why? Files segment explaining lightning and how it works.
Keywords: NASA Why? Files; Lightning; Negative Charges; Positive Charges; Attract; Repel; Thunderstorm; Cloud; Ground; Channel; Volt; Discharge; Cloud To Cloud Lightning; NASA Langley; Aircraft; Lightning Strikes; Turbulence; Cockpit; Nose Boom; Sparks; Power Outage
|NASA Connect - Wired For Space - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect segment exploring how algebra and arrays are used in NASA's activities. The segment also explains voltage, current, amp, and resistance. NASA Connect segment explaining how NASA is using electricity and magnetism to propell spacecraft into orbit. The segment also explains acceleration, mass, and force in an algebraic equation...
Keywords: NASA Connect; Algebra; Array; Amp; Volt; Current; Charge; Ohms; Electricity; Icarus Satellite; Battery; Amperes; Resistance; Magnetism; Electromagnetism; Force; Mass; Acceleration; Spacecraft; Orbit; Propell; Propulsion; MagLev; Magnetic Levitation; Data; Graph; Student Activity; Closed Circuit; Open Circuit; Electrodynamic Demonstration Unit; Propulsion System; Wire Coil; Magnet; Design; Research; Rocket; Propulsion; Spacecraft; Tether; Magnetic Field; Icarus; Attitude; Mass; Satellite; Electrodynamic Tether; Magnetic Field; ProSEDS; Propulsive Small Expendable Deployer System; Experiment; Payload; Fuel; International Space Station
|NASA Why? Files - The Case of the Electrical Mystery - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Why? Files video containing the following nine segments. NASA Why? Files segment involving students in an activity studying circuits and how the different types and combinations of circuits work. NASA Why? Files segment exploring lightning and the different types of electrical charges. NASA Why? Files segment exploring the basics of electrical circuits. NASA Why? Files segment explaining the forms of electricity and the many sources of power...
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